February 26, 2010

Finally! Heinz reinvents ketchup packets

Filed under: Uncategorized — maiq09 @ 12:20 am

Throughout my entire life, I have struggled opening these packets, ripping them from the ends with the jagged cutouts, risking stains on my shirt or pants from over ripping or having to reopen at least  four packets to satisfy my taste buds.

Now those days are over since these darn ketchup packet gets a brand spanking new makeover and the days of me struggling to open the old packets are over!

After 30 years Heinz company has decided to redesign their totally awesome ketchup packet. These bad boys can be opened not one but in two ways!  One end of the ketchup can be ripped and served on your delicious burger or whatever your heart desires! But the cool part is that the the other end can be opened and can be used as a dunking container for fries or nuggets. Plus each packet contains three times as much ketchup compared to the old packets which means three times the yummy nom noms for you!

I can’t wait till these bad boys come out to my local fast food restaurants 😀 No longer will I need to constantly rip open a new packet whenever I need more ketchup or having those greasy fingers and not being able to open them.

Hopefully in the near future other sauces will adopt this amazing design since I would love to conveniently dress my delicious food!



  1. WOW! whenever I went to fastfood restaurants, I got in trouble to open the old packet of the ketcup. Also, I did not want to pour it on the plate or any other papers. I’m waiting for that!!! 🙂 Thanks for good news!

    Comment by abeljin — February 26, 2010 @ 2:58 am | Reply


    Comment by mokjay — February 26, 2010 @ 3:35 am | Reply

  3. YAY!! This so cool! Great invention! 🙂

    Comment by sunglee91 — February 26, 2010 @ 5:45 am | Reply

  4. Fast food consumption made easier, I’m excited. No more scraping fries across wrappers to get ketchup for me.

    Comment by jkaplan7 — February 26, 2010 @ 4:35 pm | Reply

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